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Car Accident Attorney in Phoenix, Arizona

At Lelli Law Firm, we understand that a car accident can be an upsetting experience. For this reason, we are dedicated to helping the victims of accidents and injuries. We will handle every aspect of the claims process, so you or your loved one can focus on recovering from the injuries. Our priority is to ensure you get the medical attention you need and are compensated for economic and non-economic damages. Non-economic damages are damages that you usually do not have a receipt for. These damages can include pain and suffering, loss of love, companionship, and enjoyment of life.

Start seeking the compensation you need to move forward after a car accident in Arizona.

We are committed to providing excellent customer service. Our experienced staff is readily available to assist you with any inquiries. Negotiating settlements with insurance can be complicated, and being represented by an attorney will ensure you get compensated for your loss.

Have you been in a car accident?  

At Lelli Law Firm we focus on helping victims of accidents and serious injuries in Arizona. Every accident is different, and every victim can suffer different car related injuries. Some of the most common injuries because of a car accident can include whiplash, neck, brain, back, spinal cord, broken bone injuries, etc. Some injuries require immediate attention, but other injuries take time to appear. It is very important to seek immediate medical attention after your accident.  

What should I do after a car accident?  

Immediately after a serious accident, you should never hesitate to seek medical attention.  Paramedics and doctors will be able to document all of your injuries. Always call emergency responders and move to safety. Do not admit fault to anyone but do collect driver’s information and document the accident. If you are able try and take pictures of the accident and any injury progression. If there are witnesses around, take contact information for them.  It's very important that when dealing with insurance or even if a lawsuit is needed to have all events as they transpired.  

Compensation for an Injury  

Arizona awards compensation for damages based on the rule of comparative negligence.  Comparative negligence means that a jury will determine what role both parties played in causing the accident. For example, if you filed a claim for $10,000 and it was determined that you were 20 percent at fault for causing the accident, you would be awarded $8,000. Not all accidents result in a lawsuit, most will result in a settlement. Most of the time the insurance company is eager to resolve the case and does not want to go through a trial process.  

In a personal injury claim, you are entitled to receive compensation for your economic damages, Special Damages, which can include medical bills, lost wages, inability to earn future income, and damages to your vehicle. In addition, you may be able to receive compensation for noneconomic damages, general damages, such as injuries, pain and suffering, death, inability to comfort loved ones or publicly socialize as before the accident.  

Statute of Limitations in Arizona  

Arizona law requires victims of personal injury accident to file a claim within two years after the accident occurred or when a hidden injury was first discovered. Don’t wait,  talk to an experienced attorney to evaluate your claim. If you wait to file a claim outside the two-year limit, you will not be allowed to pursue your claim.